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Should Melrose place be relocated?

This research examines television programme rescheduling to maximise total ratings for one network across a week. Respondents read these re scheduled programme schedules and choose the network to watch during prime time. Only a small but informative...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF Seminar 1998: Electronic Media And Measurement Trends
Author: Peter J. Danaher
June 15, 1998

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What happens to the audience when a program changes time?

Loyalty to television shows is a vexing and important issue. While a show may get about the same rating from one week to the next, studies have shown that only about forty percent of this week’s audience will go on to watch next week’s...

Catalogue: ARF/ESOMAR Worldwide Electronic And Broadcast Audience Research Symposium 1996
Authors: Peter J. Danaher, Troy Stanton
June 15, 1996

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Unobtrusive measures of television audiences during commercial breaks: Peoplemeter second by second ratings

In this research we recalibrated the peoplemeter in the AGB McNair New Zealand Peoplemeter Panel to produce second by second ratings, instead of the usual one minute ratings. We looked at audience ebb and flow during programmes, and, in particular,...

Catalogue: ESORMAR/ARF Worldwide Electronic And Broadcast Audience Research 1994
Authors: Peter J. Danaher, Terence W. Beed
May 1, 1994

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Development of a rotation strategy for the New Zealand peoplemeter panel

The original contracts between AGB McNair and the broadcaster subscribers, TVNZ and TV3, called for the New Zealand PeopleMeter Panel to be replaced after two years of operation (i.e. in May 1992). The rationale for this clause in the contracts was...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF Worldwide Broadcast Audience Research Symposium 1992
Authors: Peter J. Danaher, Terence W. Beed
June 15, 1992